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Saturday 4 February 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# Junior

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2022
# Junior
Cork and Kilkenny champions secure place in All-Ireland hurling final in Croke Park
Ballygiblin and Mooncoin are celebrating after today’s semi-final wins.
All time
# Junior
Griffin signs off in style as Ireland come from behind to beat Japan
The Ireland captain scored two tries on her last international apperance.
# Junior
'I've given my life to this game... it's time to put my family first for a change'
Ireland captain Ciara Griffin will retire from Test rugby this weekend at the age of 27.
# Ladies Football
Wicklow atone for last year's final loss to claim All-Ireland title at the expense of Antrim
Wicklow finished with 11 points to spare in Croke Park.
# Fill The Diary
Fixtures confirmed for the 2020 All-Ireland junior and intermediate club semi-finals
The games will take place in early January.
# Teamsheets
Cork and Kerry unveil starting sides for latest Munster football final meeting
The counties meet tomorrow night in a provincial junior decider.
# Ireland Women
'We have to be tough on each other because that's how you go forward'
Ireland Women have no games this summer, while the five top nations play each other in July
# Blayney In Croker
'The colour around the town has helped the thing, helped to lift everyone's mood'
Monaghan’s Castleblayney are an unlikely presence today on All-Ireland hurling final day in Croke Park.
# Carrick Champs
History makers! A first Connacht club title arrives for Leitrim with success at junior hurling level
Carrick hurling club defeated Galway’s Ballygar yesterday.
# On The Border
'We are a bit unique' - Cork club based in Kerry parish set for Munster football final
Sunday’s Munster finalists Knocknagree have an unusual tale.
# Kingdom Kids
Minor winners and Munster U21 captain added to Kerry squad for All-Ireland junior semi-final
Kerry take on Leitrim at the Gaelic Grounds on Saturday.
# stepping up
9 All-Ireland minor winners in Kerry squad for Munster junior football final against Cork
Páirc Uí Rinn hosts tomorrow’s game.
# Role Models
We say 'leg off, game on': Six children heading to Poland to represent Ireland in amputee soccer
The mother of one of the children said, “He never played football until he got his leg amputated, now he doesn’t go anywhere without a ball.”
# Back in action
A year after donating kidney to his sister, Cork player makes winning Munster junior return
Mícheál Ó Laoire was back in action for the Rebels side on Saturday.
# On The Mend
Players recovering at home after freak injuries in abandoned Munster schools rugby game
The match was abandoned at Musgrave Park yesterday.
# Junior
Mick Schumacher following in father's tracks and eyeing F1 title
The 17-year-old signed up to race in Formula Three last week.
# Kingdom Reign
Kerry are All-Ireland junior football champions again as they see off Mayo
Two first-half goals from Niall O’Shea were key for Kerry.
# curtain raiser
8 All-Ireland U21 winners part of Mayo squad for All-Ireland junior final against Kerry
Croke Park hosts tomorrow’s showdown.
# Junior
3 changes to Kerry team for All-Ireland football final against Mayo
The teams meet at 2pm in Croke Park on Saturday.
# Junior
Kerry hold off Cork fightback to complete Munster football three-in-a-row
Austin Stack Park was the venue for tonight’s game.
# Junior
One change to Cork team for tomorrow's trip to Tralee for Munster final
Cork take on Kerry in Austin Stack Park.
# Junior
Late Kerry goal sees off Limerick in dramatic Munster semi-final finish
Adrian Spillane’s goal was the crucial score in today’s curtain-raiser in Killarney.
# Rebel Rule
Cork cruise into Munster junior football final with 14-point win over Tipperary
A final place on 30 June beckons for the Rebels.
# Munster Clash
Kerry include 4 All-Ireland minor winners in junior team to face Limerick
Fitzgerald Stadium is the venue for Sunday’s game.
# stepping up
4 players from Cork's All-Ireland U21 final team to start in Munster junior semi-final
Cork face Tipperary in Sunday’s curtain-raiser in Thurles.
# Champions
Kilkenny's Glenmore hold off Derry's Eoghan Rua to win All-Ireland title
Two goals from Alan Murphy were key for the Kilkenny club’s victory.
# Oh The Green And Red
Mayo get the job done against Kilkenny to set up All-Ireland final meeting with Kerry
Victory for the Connacht side at O’Connor Park today.
# Get The Nod
Kerry draft in UCC Sigerson player for All-Ireland junior football semi-final
The Kingdom take on Wexford tomorrow afternoon.
# Job Done
Cork shake off challenge of Limerick to qualify for Munster junior decider
The Rebels ran out three-point winners in Páirc Uí Rinn.
# Kingdom Triumph
Kerry book Munster junior final place with eight-point win over Tipperary
Thomas Hickey and Dan O’Donoghue hit the net for Kerry.
# curtain raiser
Two All-Ireland minor winners in Kerry junior team as Tipperary side make two changes
The sides clash in Sunday’s opening game at Semple Stadium.
# Lead The Way
Two ex-senior defenders in Cork team for Munster junior semi-final against Limerick
The sides clash in next Sunday’s curtain-raiser in Páirc Uí Rinn.
# victorious
All-Ireland club hurling titles went to Kilkenny and Antrim at Croke Park today
The intermediate and junior deciders took place today in Croke Park.
# Island Battle
Is Aran Islands v Achill Island set to be the most unique GAA provincial club final?
The two island clubs will face off in this year’s Connacht junior club football final.
# Kingdom Switch
Just the one change for Kerry for All-Ireland junior football semi-final
Kerry take on Sligo in Ennis on Saturday at 3pm.
# Kingdom Rule
Kerry hit the net three times to defeat Cork and win Munster junior football title
The Kingdom were successful on home soil in Austin Stack Park in Tralee tonight.
# New Rebels
3 changes for Cork junior football team before Munster final as Kerry are unchanged
The Rebels and the Kingdom face off on Wednesday night in Tralee.
# Our Game Your Game
Galway start title defence and league champs Kilkenny in action - All-Ireland camogie throw-in
The 2014 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland camogie championship starts this weekend.
# birth certs
This GAA club is taking no World Cup-related excuses for missing training
Management sent around a clever text before an intermediate and junior session last night.
# jogo bonito
The cult World Cup teams we loved: Brazil 1982
A ridiculously stylish side who deserved much more than what they got.